Not only are there some fabulous award winning Hotels in Torquay but we are also home to some outstanding restaurants, in fact, far too many to visit in one holiday on the English Riviera. If you come down for a short break in Torquay why not try eating out at one of the many highly acclaimed restaurants.
If you like fish then No 7 Bistro is a must, a small family run Bistro style restaurant providing fresh fish and shellfish either from local boats and markets or Scotland, they are 5 minutes from the town centre on Beacon Terrace and well worth a visit.
If you are looking for fine dining then The Elephant is a two storey fine dining restaurant with the more informal brasserie on the ground floor and the Michelin starred, The Room on the first. The Elephant was the first restaurant in Torquay to be awarded a Michelin star. Run by head chef, Simon Hulstone and his wife Katy, the restaurant overlooks the beautiful Torbay harbour, situated along side No 7 Bistro, on Beacon Terrace.
If you are looking to eat closer to the Lincombe Hall Hotel, then two lovely restaurants that spring to mind are The Orange Tree, just down the hill and left on Parkhill Road, and The Old Vienna, just up the hill at the top of Lower Woodfield Road. Both within a 2 minute walk of the Lincombe Hall.
The owners of The Orange Tree Restaurant, husband and wife team Sharon and Bernd Wolf, use the very best of fresh seasonal produce to provide an imaginative and individual style, retaining the qualities of classical cuisine. The Old Vienna, run by chef/proprietor Werner Rott, has been completely refurbished to a high standard with elements of traditional Austrian décor, with seating for just 20 diners, you will have to book!
So if you decide to take a holiday in Torquay why not come and stay with us at the Lincombe Hall Hotel, and go and try one of Torquays award winning restaurants.